I need Plans for the Didi 34

Discussion in 'Sailboats' started by daizda, Jul 11, 2007.

  1. daizda
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    daizda Junior Member

    Hello,does enybody has plans for the Didi 34 in CAD format??
    Please, if you do send them to desdeelagua@gmail.com
    Thank you very much!
     
  2. Crag Cay
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  3. daizda
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    daizda Junior Member

    Yes, they are, but before buying them i wanted to know if any of you have them, to be sure I´m not wasting my money!
    Thank you Crag!again
     
  4. timgoz
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    timgoz Senior Member

    Doubt if anyone will send them, as that would be dishonest. The designer is entitled to his just compensation.

    He probably has study plans available at a reasonable cost. These would give you a good idea of what you would be getting into.

    Take care.

    Tim
     
  5. Wynand N
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    Wynand N Retired Steelboatbuilder

    If you cannot afford to buy some study prints, let alone plans, from the designer, surely you cannot afford to build such a boat....:(
     
  6. Trevlyns
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    Trevlyns Senior Citizen/Member

    I have to agree with Tim and Wynand. The designer is worthy of his fee. Besides, Dudley is a designer of repute (Westlawn trained, if I remember correctly) and has been around for quite a while. He not only designs, but sails extensively too so he knows what’s on. He wouldn’t still be in the business if he was wasting people’s money.
    Pay the fee and get a good design! ;)
     
  7. longliner45
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    I think he is just asking if (you experts) have any expiriance with these prints,,,,,its like did you buy a new mustang? how does it run ,,type question,,,,dont think he is trying to cut anyone out of the equasion,,,longliner
     

  8. Raggi_Thor
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    Raggi_Thor Nav.arch/Designer/Builder

    I think your first question (please send them..) is inappropriate.
    To this other question I can say, I have the study plans and the dxfs for cnc cutting. Plans from Dudley Dix is never a waste of money. The boats are excellent and the drawings are detailed and well worked through. Dudley will also answer all your questions during the building.
     
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